I decided to have a lie in this morning, so I didn't see the Andrew Marr programme. His interview with David Cameron was a bit of a car crash, it seems, as the live link from Cameron's home broke down three times. Cameron had insisted it should be broadcast from his living room, as last week's interview with Gordon Brown was broadcast from Downing Street. Rosa Prince hints she thinks it serves him right (as an ex Mirror journalist, no doubt she would say that).
I think Cameron was well within his rights to set the parameters of the interview. I'm constantly bemused by the willingness of politicians to be dictated to by the media. However, I also know that the BBC were furious that he stuck to his guns. I am not suggesting in any way that there was any deliberate jiggery-pokery on the part of BBC technicians, but there will be more than a few BBC staff who will think that Cameron got his come-uppance.
I would love to be able to give you an analysis of the content of the interview but seven hours after the programme ended it is STILL not up on the BBC i-Player. Last week, I'm told Gordon Brown's interview was up very soon after the programme ended. It's simply not good enough for the BBC web people not to have put it up yet.
*I should be grateful the interview isn't available, I suppose. It means I can watch the footy. Mind you, I never like watching matches which I hope both sides will lose.
UPDATE Tue: The BBC has told me that it is normal for this length of time before a programme is transmitted before it goes on the iPlayer.